Win a copy of my cookbook at RasaMalaysia.com!

Who doesn’t love a cookbook giveaway?

Just leave a comment on my guest post on RasaMalaysia.com by December 14th where I reminisce about some unforgettable duck. And you might be the happy recipient of The Asian Grandmothers Cookbook. Many thanks to Bee for organizing it!

Photo by Lara Ferroni excerpted from The Asian Grandmothers Cookbook.

Here’s a snippet …

When I was growing up in Singapore, my mother would sometimes bring home a whole or half duck—succulent, slick with soy sauce, and very tasty—from the nearby hawker center to supplement our dinner. My siblings and I would dig in heartily, devouring every part of the bird. And we, a family of dark meat lovers, always came away with satisfied grins on our faces, as unlike with a whole chicken, no one had to contend with white meat. Even though mum is a fabulous cook, I remember wishing that she would be too busy to cook more often…

Click here to read the rest of my guest post on RasaMalaysia.com.

Psst… for another chance to win The Asian Grandmothers Cookbook, visit Leite’s Culinaria. This contest ends December 15th.

Good luck!

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9 thoughts on “Win a copy of my cookbook at RasaMalaysia.com!

  1. lol! When I’m too busy to cook, duck or bbq pork is exactly what I pick up for dinner! But now I might just have to try making it on my own. Thanks for the recipe! 🙂

  2. I cooked this recipe today, used whole chicken instead of duck, it turned out very good. Will cook again with duck in Christmas. I believe the flavor will be better.
    Thank you for sharing the wonderful recipe.

    1. Yum, peking duck! It’s been a long time since I’ve had the authentic version. I remember having them with pancakes instead of the baos and they were the best!m

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